Because we just can't get enough of Pamela Love's gorgeous Fall 2012 collection, here's a peek at the CFDA-nominee's most recent lookbook. Lensed by Love's good friend — and Dossier founder — Skye Parrott, the lookbook offers an up-close look at all the want-now cuffs, turquoise spike earrings, and geometric collar necklaces that have made Love a favorite collaborator for designers as diverse as Marchesa and Topshop. Click through to see all the drool-worthy pieces, modeled by French belle Camille Rowe, right here.
>> The first Resort collection from Opening Ceremony is a windswept mix of botanic prints and easy, music-festival-ready silhouettes. Look for lots of breezy '60s and '70s shapes — mod dresses, flowing palazzo pants, tiered halter tops, and wildflower skirts — all in a palette of blood orange, acid yellow and cobalt blue. Tim Barber shot the lookbook and Camille Rowe models.
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If we had Camille Rowe's '70s-inspired wardrobe when we were in high school, we would have been crowned top of class. The sweet-cum-sexy retro spread spotlighting Rowe and this Spring's nod to '70s prints, high-waist denim, crochet, miniskirts, and bodysuits in Marie Claire Italia is the kind of styling we'll be practicing all season. Peruse the looks to get inspired — then shop the same sweet knits, crop tops, and citrus hues for your Spring wardrobe.
The Latest Spring 2011 Ads — Joan Smalls and Malgosia Bela for Stella McCartney, Erin Wasson for Elie Saab, Plus More
>> Stella McCartney is known for her quirky, even cartoony campaigns, and this time, she enlisted Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott to shoot Joan Smalls and Malgosia Bela for Spring 2011. The ads show Bela wearing nothing but a collage of blown-up images of McCartney's Spring fruit print or Smalls wearing a swimsuit-shaped collage of pastel-colored suit lapels. “I wanted to play with the purity and realism of the citrus print from summer 2011….exaggerating the scale and playing with the female form in its purest form, as nature intended,” McCartney told WWD. A look at that, plus Erin Wasson's minimalist turn for Elie Saab, Patricia van der Vliet's maximalist turn for Sonia Rykiel, and Raquel Zimmermann and Freja Beha Erichsen for H&M, all in the gallery.